You’ve canned potato chips, sworn off booze, and bought a pedometer. Now all you need is a push in the right direction.
Buy a flashy, handmade, weighted hula hoop and sign up for Hip Hazel Hoops’s four-week beginner classes, starting next week. Or join indie Uptown gym Diesel Fitness (monthly memberships are just $19.95) for the after-work dodgeball class on Fridays and female-only workout area.
Tread and True
Tone glutes with a bitchin’ bespoke bike from new online shop Villy Custom. If pounding the pavement’s more your thing, sign up for the Susan G. Komen Marathon for the Cure and start training with a group like the Dallas Running Club.
Keep toes in tip-top shape with a spa pedi by nail tech John Heinemann. His private pedicure room in the Neinast Salon includes a schmancy massage chair, soothing water feature, and high-def flat-screen. Hit V-Spa to have toes pampered and painted with SpaRitual’s healthy vegan polish.
We’re addicted to the liquid hand soap from little-known Denton-based label Aloe 80 Organics. Back in Big D, Kitchen Beautician hand-makes fragrant soaps from all-natural ingredients like coffee, goat’s milk, and peppermint. For homemade facials (or healthy oatmeal), order Green Living’s raw and unfiltered Pure Texas Blackland Prairie Honey made from wildflowers.
Photo: Courtesy of SpaRitual